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Mutharika withholds assent to bills

President Peter Mutharika has withheld assenting to four Bills that Parliament passed during its February Sitting and rejected Parliament’s Public Appointments Committee (PAC) recommendations to fire Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) commissioners. Presidential Press Secretary and Spokesperson, Mgeme Kalilani announced Mutharika’s decisions at a press briefing in Blantyre on Tuesday. “His …

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CFF Worried with 7 Children Sharing Bed at KCH

The Centre For The Future (CFF) and its justice branch, Muvi wa Chilungamo, has expressed worry with reports and pictures coming from Kamuzu Central Hospital ( KCH) in Lilongwe that seven Children are being crowded on one bed at the Under 5 Ward A and the Red zone Ward which …

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NRB launches Dolo Amalembetsa Unzika Campaign

The National Registration Bureau on Monday launched a campaing called Dolo Amalembetsa Unzika in Lilongwe at BICC, the campaign is aimed at urging young people to register for National identity card. Speaking at the official launch of the campaign NRB Chief Director Meckford Somanje said they have launched the campaign …

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Govt Bails Out Flood Victims in Karonga

Government through the Ministry of Disaster Management Affairs and Public Events on Friday provided relief assistance to families that have been affected by recent floods in Karonga district. Heavy rains that have been falling since 24th January, 2020 have caused the flooding of rivers, a situation that has affected a …

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Parliament Passes Two Amendment Bills

Parliament has passed two amendment Bills this afternoon, 24th February, 2020. The bills are further amendments made to the Electoral Commission Act and Parliamentary and Presidential Elections Act made on 20th February, 2020. The Bills are as follows: 1. Private Members Bill no 4. Electoral Commission (Amendment) (no.2) of 2020 …

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CFF Proposes for Chichewa Language Use in Parliament

The Centre For The Future (CFF) and its justice branch, “Muvi wa Chilungamo”, has proposed Chichewa be a language of communication in national assembly for all Members of Parliament (MPs) to understand and be able to interpret laws. The CFF says MPs have found themselves into contempt of court because …

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